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Setup and Terminology

Setup and Terminology

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SETUP AND TERMINOLOGY

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USER PREFERENCES
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Select Settings then User Preferences to set the default settings for the software. Name the video angle or angles. If not using the additional angles, type N/A and it will not appear on any part of the software. Select the perspective view of formations for reports by clicking on the Flip Formations box. Leaving the box blank will view the formation from an offensive perspective. See Below Yard line calculation options are for Canadian, Offensive, and Defensive perspectives. Set or change the Default Report Date Range for all reports.

Offensive Perspective

Free Safety Perspective

Defensive Perspective

SETTING DOWN AND DISTANCES
1 Begin by clicking on Settings then Down & Distance Zones. Click the Add button for the desired amount of zones and enter the names. Click the Down and type in the distances in the appropriate boxes. When finished click the Save button and Done to close the window.
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SETTING FIELD ZONES
1 Begin by clicking on Settings then Field Zones. When setting the yardage of the zones, take the view point of looking onto the field from left to right. Name the zones and enter the yard line calculations. The older distance zones are your defined settings for what is short, medium, long and extra long and applied to each down. These settings will correspond to some of the older reports.

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TEXT OVERLAY SETUP
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Begin by clicking on Settings then Configure Text Overlays. Select the fields to display and place them in the order in which to appear. Choose the font, color, background, and location. Click the Preview button to view the current overlay When the overlay is built, click Save As and name the overlay.

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BREAKDOWN FIELD SETUP
1 2 Begin by clicking on Breakdown Setup then Breakdown Field Setup. Any field can be removed from the breakdown screen by un-checking the box beside the field name. Click on Save Changes and the fields will disappear from the Breakdown window.

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This does not apply to Touchscreen Breakdown. See Data Entry Templates for Touchscreen setup.

USER FIELDS
1 Begin by clicking on Breakdown Setup, then User Fields. User defined fields can be added to the breakdown screen by typing in the boxes provided.

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Fields created on the Offensive portions will reflect on the offensive breakdown tab. Fields created on the defensive side will show on the defensive breakdown screen.

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Data from the User Fields can be found in the Custom Report, Creating Cutups, and the Tendency Cutup Sheet.

TERMINOLOGY PRELOADS
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The list of fields starting with Formation through Personnel are for the offensive side. The input fields starting with Fronts through Defensive Packages are designated for the defensive side. With formations, it is recommended that you set up each formation with a Right and Left so that your reports can merge a flipped formation together or leave them separate.
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If your terminology does not use a right and left designation, then will not need to apply each formation as right and left. Be aware that you cannot merge or shell flipped formations together for some of your reports by doing so.

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Continue labeling terminology that will be used during the breakdown process for the team added to the system. You may also copy a pre-existing teams preloaded information by selecting Copy From and choosing the team. To Export a teams preloaded information, call up the teams information and click the Export button. On the other computer, create the team and select Import to transfer the information.

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The main purpose of the Preload Lists is to avoid having terminology you will not be using on the breakdown screen, thus speeding up the process. It also helps keep the terminology consistent by not allowing variations in spelling.

FORMATION TREE SETUP
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Begin by clicking on Breakdown Setup then Formation Setup. Type in the names of the trees you wish to use and click Add. To delete or rename a tree you can do so by highlighting the tree and clicking Delete or Rename. To add formations to a Tree, begin by highlighting them one by one and clicking Add to the Highlighted Tree to where they need to go. This will assist with the Breakdown screen in narrowing down the list of choices. To draw the Formation, Highlight the formation under the Formations box and Click or Double-Click in each circle to fill in. Once the Formation is set click on Save Formation Changes. If you breakdown with backfield and formation variations as separate fields in the breakdown screen then do not include any backfield players on the original formation. Once the base formation is set then highlight any combination of Formation – Variation – Backfield that applies and save after drawing each. Be sure to click Save Formation Changes once each set is aligned correctly.
The formations lists under the Formations heading includes all formations from your preloaded list of teams. See the Terminology Preloads section for more info. Your Breakdown Data must match exactly what you have drawn for the picture to appear for your reports.

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PLAY TREE SETUP
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Begin by clicking on Breakdown Setup then Play Tree Definitions. Type in the name of a 3 5 tree and click Add. To delete a tree, you can 2 4 do so by highlighting 6 the tree and clicking Delete. Add plays into a tree by highlighting a tree and using the “Add” 7 button near the plays list. In the middle of the screen you will notice the plays being added into their trees. To delete a play from a tree, highlight the formation in the middle of the screen and click the Remove button. The play lists on the right include all plays from your preloaded list of teams. See the Terminology Preloads section for more info. Once you have entered a formation into a tree, you can setup up the common traits of the play by highlighting that play in the middle box. Below the listing of trees and plays is the Play Links section whereas you can choose to link that play to your other fields. You may also define the hit charts by clicking on the area in which the ball went. Click Save Link Changes when the information has been entered and go to the next play.
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FRONT TREE SETUP
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Choose Breakdown Setup-Front Tree Setup. Fronts in System come from the Preload lists. For Breakdown, click Add to add the Labeled and positioned front to the proper Tree. Highlight a front from the list on the right and adjust the front 7 to proper positions. Label the positions by typing in the spaces provides left to right and click Set Positions.

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COVERAGE TREE SETUP
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Choose Breakdown SetupCoverage Tree Setup. Coverages in System come from the Preload lists. For Breakdown, click Add to add the Labeled and positioned coverage to the proper Tree. Highlight a coverage from the list on the right and adjust the front 7 to proper positions. Label the positions by typing in the spaces provides left to right and click Set Positions.
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It’s advised to setup the Front and Coverages to One Direction and use common letter and combinations for the positions

DL MOVEMENT TREE SETUP

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Choose Breakdown Setup-DL Movement Tree Setup. DL Movements come from the Preload lists. Click Add to add the DL Movement to the proper Tree. Highlight and Remove as needed.

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PRESSURE TREE SETUP

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Choose Breakdown Setup-Pressure Tree Setup. DL Movements come from the Preload lists. Click Add to add the Pressure to the proper Tree. Highlight and Remove as needed.

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